Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Google Instant Pages lands in Chrome dev

We already know that the Google Chrome web browser can pre-load web pages in the background. Now, this functionality is about to be expanded so that it will take no time for pages in a Google search result to load up once you click them.
Here's what Instant Pages does:

When Google is sure that you have got the result you are looking for, it starts loading the page for you in the background. So when you click it, it is already there, instead of you having to wait for the page to load after you select it from your search results.

Instant Pages is available in the cutting-edge dev version of Google Chrome. It will be available in the next beta build and it will be available for all Chrome users later this summer.

Also, did you see the great new features that just hit Google Search?

[via Google Inside Search]